CD Player with Polarity Invert?


Does anyone know of a CD player with a polarity invert feature? I've seen it on a few DAC's, but not on stand-alone CD Players. Thanks for any help or suggestions.
plato
Adcom a few years ago has a model but they are hard to find.Like during the days of cassette taping you would scratch your head thinking why don't more CD players have a compression circuit to make tapes for road..Tough find.I would try to find a DAC as you mentioned or a pre you like that has it since you are flipping a coin every time you play a s CD to know if everything you are hearing is in absolute phase.
Chazz
My BAT has one.
It seems like there are not many. I've heard the VK-D5 player and it sounded really good but it's a bit pricy and my preamp does not have balanced inputs.

It's sort of an annoying problem as I'm trying to invert polarity of the phono stage and the CD player relative to one another. Another way I might be able to do it is by adding in a tube line buffer (that inverts) between the CD player and the preamp.
On the other hand, does anyone know if tube CD players invert polarity, and if so, which ones do?
Add a Rotel RCD-990 to your list of players that have an invert phase feature.
It's sort of an annoying problem as I'm trying to invert polarity of the phono stage and the CD player relative to one another.
Why not just swap connections at the phono cartridge? Interchange red with green, and interchange white with blue, and voila!

Regards,
-- Al
Al, thank you so much. I don't know why I didn't think of that... The genius is in the simplicity!

Frank :-P
My Resolution Audio CD50 has one.
Wadia has a Polarity invert.
Sounds like you've identified a much simpler solution, but I know at least older Meridians do as well (the 508.24 will invert phase), not familiar with their more recent gear.